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Friday, 30 November 2012


"My World is Green" is the title for next year's Sue Ridgewell Challenge. I began this yesterday, using up scraps. No newly painted fabrics in order to keep in with the topic.

To prove that it is a good idea to come back to something the next day, you can see where I have removed the top strips because they were not working for me.
I decided to use this technique of strips after doing this small piece.

 However AFTER doing this I saw THIS, which I absolutely love, but was also a little sad to know that I am not doing something new! LOL!

I am also going to be working on this, which was going to be my first choice for the challenge.
I have wanted to a larger version of my stitched sea/landscapes for a while and thought this would be a good time to do that. However, they are very stitch intensive and decided not to put any time constraints on when this one would be finished. It could take a while.


  1. Lovely! I really like your use of strips of fabric and color. It can stand by itself or as a background. Just beautiful.

  2. All I can say is 'stunning' really stunning

  3. I really like those backgrounds and the dyed fabrics you use, it really makes such beautiful art pieces. I have collected some nice batiks, now i need to think about some designs for them.


  4. I like the strip piecing. I am looking forward to seeing the final version.

  5. OMG Deb, do you have any more of that last one for sale? I NEED that. (I need to go check out your store.) ;)

  6. You're just totally my kind of girl! :)

  7. Oooh -- love the colors you're using. I admire your discipline in using up scraps.


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